120 rooms and suites, each unique with their own look. Fancy home, magazine style. Personally selected books in your room and fresh proteas flowers - don’t worry if you suddenly shout “marvellous sugar bush!”, it’s their nickname.
There are views of the mountains or the harbour - it’s a working one so expect it to be getting on with its day.
The Penthouse suite is the business with an outdoor terrace and a private jacuzzi. Complimentary port, sherry, whisky, cognac.
The 3 bedroom suite is for 6 adults and 2 children. Private entrances, kitchen, dining area, balcony and outdoor dining area.
Table Mountain Superior is a grand dude which sleeps 7.
All rooms have tea, espresso machine, mini bar, ensuites and towelling robes and slippers.
Dressing gowns and slippers for your whippersnappers too.
Pool and deck with a nautical vibe, plush loungers with a ‘get me a cocktail’ vibe; Wireless internet access; 24 hour computer hubs; Port and sherry every evening in the library; 24 hour fitness studio; Spa and treatments; Afternoon tea available; Bar; iPod docking stations; Shower room for early arrivals and late departures - subject to availability; Undercover and surface parking with 24 hour security; Complimentary transport in a Mercedes to dinner; Child minding. Oh yes; PlayStation 4 available on request. This calls for an explanation mark. Here it is: !
All the fun of the Cape Town fair. All the fun of the V&A Waterfront.
The hotel also offers tasting menus and whisky pairings.
There’s a complimentary Cape wine experience in the restaurant.
This hotel is very family friendly. You can arrange a family night in - complete with popcorn and DVDs. There are also gingerbread decorating activities and African story time. Booking essential.